Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Personal Injury
- Family Law
- White Collar Crime
Additional Practice Area
- DMV Hearings
I will do an overview of you case and provide an honest answer as to how I can help you. As I openly tell my potential clients, this line of work can online rewarding if can spot an issue for dismissal, or provide enough form a reduced sentence, A private attorney lives off his reputation of being honest, fair, and successful.
Personal injury. cases only!
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Consider a split payment in felonies + expenses, as long as myself and my client understand we have a job to do.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 5th Circuit
- 9th Circuit
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Law Offices of B. Scott Winkler
- - Current
- The only Attorney listed in Justia, that has his primary practice location in Shafter, for the Northern Kern County area. Acoss the street from the Shafter Superior Court.
- Vice President: RCBO
- Wells Fargo Bank
- Numerous certificates in Ag & Commercial Lending; completed their strenuous Bankers College
- Asst. Vice-predident
- San Joaquin Bank
- California State University - San Francisco State University
- M.A. (2016) | California Gangs and the effect of new legistlation has on criminal sentencing
- Wells Fargo Bank Ag & Commercial lending College
- (2000) Agricultural and commercial financial analysis
- Honors: Most Outstanding in delivering WFB ag and commercial products to clients. Reached highest sales quotas and exceeded in my class.
- Activities: Intensive academic understanding into annual cash flow and the needs of cash fellow for both ag and commercial products in order to avoid a strong company to be undercapitalized,
- California Pacific University
- J.D. (1991) | Law
- Honors: West-Law Honor Student
- California State University - Bakersfield
- B.A. (1991) | Political Science
- Honors: Graduate Cum Laude Honors
- California State University - Fullerton
- B.A. (1990) | Finance
- Volunteer of the year Award
- Bakersfiekd Rescue Mission
- For volunteering with some homeless, but many young kids needing assistance in simply working their homework with each individual at the mission.
- Palque handed out the four highest GPA'S in our class
- West Law Studenf of High Academic Achievement
- American Bar Association
- - Current
- California State Bar  # 215006
- - Current
- Kern County Bar Association
- - Current
- Activities: Criminal Defense Section
- U.S. Federal Court, Eatern District  # 215006
- Licensed to Practice
- - Current
- Golden Empire Youth Football
- Board for Director & Coach
- Activities: One of original members to outline and create future protocol for youth football organization, that is still operating at a high competitive level todat.
Websites & Blogs
- Criminal Defense Lawyer Bakersfield & Shafter B. Scott Winkler
- Criminal Defense Lawyer
- ‘Tis The Season – To NOT Drink & Drive
4 December 2017
- Thank you, all Veterans of the United States
10 November 2017
- The Menendez Brothers: Provided Batting Practice for What was to Come
25 September 2017
14 Questions Answered
- Q. What amount do courts get for a criminal conviction For a felony or misdemeanor besides the hourly pay and fines
- A: I do not know if I understand your question and apologize if mistranslated. In a criminal proceeding no money is awarded for conviction, but the defendant will be punished by a jail or prison sentence, depending on the nature of the case. No money is awarded to any party, attorney, of court staff.....ever!
- Q. Pc 496D(A) Is what my mom got arrested for. She has never been arrested before. How much time do you think she will get?
- A: Mr. Gribow is right with respect to this charge. This charge is considered a wobbler, meaning the District Attorney can file it as felony or a misdemeanor. By California statute provides a monetary amount ($950 in loss) to determine misdemeanor or felony, generally, each question raised below are ultimately the main issues to determine not necessarily how it will be charged, but plead out!
- Q. What is a 455(b)pc1 mean
- A: PC 455 is the criminal charge for Attempted Arson, a serious strike. This charge carries a requirement to register under the statute as an Arsonist. Based on your question that he is in jail based on a violation, he likeky failed to conact probation upon his release or if the meeting took place, probation would have instructed him to register under PC 455, and he failed to do so.
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